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The Character of Our Culture Defines Our Children

Ms Kelly Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 1:28 PM
Parents taking their kids to church and Sunday school (and discussing the moral issues they learn there) will have a bigger impact than banning video games. I’m not saying it’s not something I’d like to see; I’m just saying kids who attend church and Sunday school are more likely to be repelled by such violent imagery.
lshort Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 4:37 PM
Actually, I think your entire thought is much more accurate--parents taking their kids to church and Sunday school AND discussing the moral issues they learn there will have a bigger impact than banning video games. Without the discussion, I doubt kids will give their church lessons any more deep thought than most of them give their school lessons.
chipsmydog Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 3:59 PM
Many American's used to know this. Now anything that resists the anarchy of the undisciplined mind and predatory lust is persecuted and branded "intolerant".
In truth, we market ungodliness, targeting youth, and making profits on the sordid acts of humans.

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